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Thermostat push pad

I am not sure where the ribbon that comes off the thermostat push pad connects on the main board any help

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How do I replace the keypad on GE Spacemaker microwave model #JVM1650CH01?


The keypad is usually glued to a metal plate to give it support. You have to remove the complete control panel to replace the keypad. Remove the top grill across the top pf the micro. Make sure the micro is unplugged. Next, there should be 1 screw going through the top plastic of the control panel. Remove screw and then lift gently up on the complete control. It is tabbed into the micro body. Once lifted it should pull forward and hinge downward. You will now see the back of the main control board with wires and plugs. The best way is to make notes or take a picture of all the plugs before you remove them. Unplug all the wires and you should be able to lift the control panel off the micro completely and lay it face down on a table or workbench. You will see several small screws holding the main board in place and a flat ribbon connector about 1.5 inches wide going to a connector on the board. To remove that ribbon, lift gently up on the ends of the connector. It should lift about a 1/4 inch but will not come off. Once it is up the ribbon will pull out. That ribbon is the touch pad connections to the main board. Play with the old ribbon a few times getting it in and out. Now remove the main board and lay it aside. You can now see the metal box like bracket the touchpad is attached to. It is just held in place with plastic tabs on the control trim. Gently pry the tabs back while you lift out the metal box. If your new touch pads have the metal box just reverse the procedure to reassemble. If your touchpads are not on the metal box frame, you need to pull off the old one and carefully align the new pads to the metal frame. They will be self stick. Sorry this is so long but it needed explained. Most people can't handle this type repair and need service. You will need to decide.

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Amana side by side water in the door wpn't shut off. If I open the freezer door it will shut off. I have tried to unplug it and replug but that doesn't help. Model # ARS2667BS.


it sounds like the touch pad button is stuck in so it's like someone is always pushing on it,when the door opens the contact in the door switch stops the power to the board,when you close the door the power goes back to the board.you can check this by disconnecting the ribbon that comes off the touch pad and plugs into the board,unplug the fridge then you can unplug the ribbon,when you plug the fridge back in if the water stops coming out you know the touch pad is bad,if the water still comes out then the board that the touch pad plugs into is bad.you can call your parts store and see if the touch pad comes with the board,i've found this problem on other machines and they sold everything together,but if the parts are sepatate do what i said,unplug the ribbon if the water stops the touch pad is bad,if it doesn't then it's the board that's bad.you can shut off the water at the valve that connects to the fridge if you haven't done that already and then do the tests .good luck.

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Hi i had problems with the touchpad keys and keys not working, tuch pad did work for a while so know it was not driver problem and as my friend gave me this EEE PC 900 as its screen was broken which i...


the keyboards break real easy they are easy to change there is 2 or 3 tiny clips along the top of the keyboard you have to push them back with a small screwdriver and lift the keyboard away and disconnect ribbon from the main unit, the touch pad is built into the case and connected to the main board with a tiny ribbon connector, check the ribbon is connected correctly, be carefull its easy to break off if the case is opened, if it looks connected ok but still not working check the driver is correct, the drivers are available from the asus website

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I have a Kenmore Double Oven that's eiving a Code 7 and beeping


Hello,this code is the result of a failed function key on the key pad, or control board. Some control boards will have the touch pad, or key pad combined with the actual control board, as one whole unit. If this is the case, simply have the main control board replaced. Now, if the touch/key pad is separate from the main control board, this will require you to gain access to the control board and key pad, and preform this test below to isolate the failed component.

1. Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.

2. Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if Code recurs

If code recurs, problem is in the control. Replace control.

If code does not recur, problem is with the Key Panel.

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Kenmore model 911 4238816 - the f7 code just came on beeping and we can't get it to stop. what is the error code mean, what can we do to stop it


HI. This code is the result of a failed function key on the key pad, or control board. Some control boards will have the touch pad, or key pad combined with the actual control board, as one whole unit. If this is the case, simply have the main control board replaced. Now, if the touch/key pad is separate from the main control board, this will require you to gain access to the control board and key pad, and preform this test below to isolate the failed component.

1. Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.

2. Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if Code recurs

If code recurs, problem is in the control. Replace control.

If code does not recur, problem is with the Key Panel.

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Touch pad does not respond. F1 & F7 and "con" indicator.


HI, This is the result of a serious control issue. The entire control board is unstable. This will require you to replace the entire board. If the touch pad is separate from the control board, use this procedure to isolate the issue.

Determine if the problem is with the Touch Pad or Control by:

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Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.
2. Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if Code returns

If the code returns, Replace the main control Board.

If the code does not return, The problem is with the Touch pad.

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Oven blinking code F7?


HI. This code is the result of a failed function key on the key pad, or control board. Some control boards will have the touch pad, or key pad combined with the actual control board, as one whole unit. If this is the case, simply have the main control board replaced. Now, if the touch/key pad is separate from the main control board, this will require you to gain access to the control board and key pad, and preform this test below to isolate the failed component.

Determine if problem is with the Key Panel or Control by:

1. Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.

2. Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if Code recurs

If code recurs, problem is in the control. Replace control.

If code does not recur, problem is with the Key Panel.

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Beeping with f7 display


HI this is a touch pad or key pad issue. In most models, the touch or key pad are integrated. In this case, you will need to replace the entire control board or EOC(clock).

Now, if the touch or key pad is separate from the main control board, and linked, via linking ribbon, i would advise to use the procedure below to isolate the problem area.


Determine if problem is with the Key Panel or Control by:
1. Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.
2. Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if Code recurs

If code recurs, problem is in the control. Replace control.

If code does not recur, problem is with the Key Panel.

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Blank screen


You can open the camera and check to see if the LCD ribbon cable is still connected to the main board. If it was dropped they can become dislodged. There are two cables the smaller one is the most sensitive to coming loose. When disconnecting and reconnecting the ribbon cables, make sure you are careful while lifting the tabs that hold the ribbon cables in place they are hinged and will lift up and the ribbon cable will slide out. Note the large ribbon cable feeds through the camera to the front main board. Hope this helps

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